Print Can I redeem my coupons and vouchers in stores?


We accept all manufacturers' coupons (including internet coupons) in line with the terms and conditions of each one. You must buy the product to redeem the coupon.


Are there any limits?


There's no limit to the number of coupons that can be redeemed in a transaction, as long as they're redeemed against the product specified e.g. 24 x 10p coupons off Heinz baked beans - you must buy 24 cans of Heinz baked beans.


Any exceptions?


The only exception to this rule is coupons that say something specific on them - for example. One per Customer, One per household or One per transaction.


Things we check


When you redeem coupons at the checkout, we check 3 things:

1. The coupon must be 'in date

2. The coupon is not for a specific retailer other than Asda e.g. 20p off toothpaste at Tesco

3. That you are buying the product. (One coupon for each product bought).


A note about Self Checkouts


If you redeem coupons at our self-checkouts each one will need a colleague to authorise it. The checkout will trigger a message for our colleague to check the 3 things above and authorise its use. It may take a few seconds more but you can still use them at our self-checkouts.


What's the difference between coupons and vouchers?


The process for redeeming vouchers is the same. Vouchers don't necessarily need to be redeemed against specific products.


Examples of vouchers:

  • Asda credit card Christmas bonus vouchers
  • Asda vouchers
  • Healthy start vouchers (only redeemable against fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables and cows milk based products)


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